NEWS

This week Degesch America, Inc, in conjunction with Grainnet and Feed Professionals hosted a web based training presentation focused on the prevention of Salmonella, E. coli, Campylobacter and other pathogenic bacteria that pose a risk to our food supply.

Juan M Hernandez Vieyra (Feed Professionals) provided us with terrific data highlighting the importance of protecting food supplies from these pathogens, and discussed the products and equipment available to help us accomplish this task.

If you missed this presentation don’t worry; you can view a recording of it here.

Please let us know if we can help you with your commodity protection efforts. We’re only a phone call or email away!

Degesch America and the entire Detia-Degesch Group (DDG) remains up and running providing essential services to protect the world’s food supply.


Pest pressure doesn’t let up, especially while we’re experiencing the effects of this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It becomes even more apparent the battle will be ongoing for years to come, with response and recovery efforts needed on multiple fronts.


Rest assured, we will continue to extend our stored product pest control expertise to the industry through our product stewardship programs, provided at no charge.


As a global service provider through our network of companies and DDG affiliates we’re available around the world to assist you. Whether it’s through service, product sales or consultation we are here to help.

The Detia Degesch Group (DDG) based in Laudenbach, Germany has acquired Adalia Group, Inc. (Adalia) effective July 14, 2020.


Adalia is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. They are one of the leading Canadian companies in the field of stored product pest protection. Adalia’s successful business model focuses on ship and container fumigations. “Adalia’s business strategy fits well with the business model of our subsidiary, Degesch America, Inc.”, explains Dr. Marco Rudolf, CEO of Detia Degesch Group, today.

With the synergy provided by this acquisition, DDG strengthens its ongoing efforts for positive growth in the North American marketplace. “We will be better positioned to serve customers in both the United States and Canada. Jointly, our service portfolio will bring important benefits to the extensive customer network of Adalia”, stresses Marco Rudolf.

Business in Canada will continue to operate under its existing company name, Adalia Group, Inc., and current staffing will remain in place. “We are pleased that Adalia’s previous owner will act as Division Manager to ensure a smooth transition, guiding the integration of Adalia into DDG and continuing operations under the direction of Degesch America, Inc. management”, enthuses Herbert C. Yeaman, President of Degesch America, Inc.

The goal is to continue the development of Adalia and to welcome them as an important part of the DDG foundation.

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Laudenbach, Germany

April 06, 2020

Press Release
An increasing demand of disinfectant growing day by day is only one of the multiple impacts of the COVID 19 pandemic. Facing this challenge Detia Degesch Group at Laudenbach, Germany has converted parts of its production line enabling it to produce around 15,000 liters of hand disinfectant.
“Thanks to a great effort of our employees we were able to handle this demanding task in a very short time. We do hope to contribute to control the spread of this virus”, emphasizes Dr Marco Rudolf, CEO Detia Degesch Group.
Distribution of this hand disinfectant will be done within the next few days to hospitals and nursing homes as well as to public authorities and public agencies in the surrounding of Laudenbach.
“It is important to us to make a small contribution and to grant fast and non- bureaucratic support in these difficult times” explains Dr Marco Rudolf.
The Company
Detia Degesch Group, headquartered in Laudenbach, Germany is a medium-sized, internationally leading group of companies in the chemical industry manufacturing plant protection products in the area of stored product protection. There are subsidiaries in six countries with approximately 500 employees, 150 employees of them at the site Laudenbach. Detia Degesch Group products are distributed worldwide to more than 120 countries.
Contact: Heike Lücke-Senocak, Phone +49 6201 708 553
www.detia-degesch.de